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Fast Food to Slow Food

We are swinging into our spring season here on the farm and the crops are coming in. We held our Spring CSA gathering for our shareholders here on the farm this last weekend and their first pickup of the season […more…]

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CSA News & Farm Update

  Spring has arrived here at Madison Creek Farms…Our May tulips are all blooming early but they light up the farm with colors only Mother Nature can create. We have been busy planting up a great spring and early summer […more…]

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Big City Barnyards

If you live on less than 1 acre Big-City Barnyards should not be allowed

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Compost is king!

Mark Marchetti aka…the manure connoisseur…is all about the composting here on the farm. This week that man was knee deep in his chosen element…the barn yard. It’s clean up time and after a fall and winter of allowing the animals […more…]

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Sowing up a spring season!

March madness…that is what it feels like during this month. As a farmer or gardener we all know that spring time planting is one of the busiest times of our entire season. The window of opportunity when planting out cool […more…]

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Ready, Set, Grow!

Yes! I am ready to pull my coverall on…plunge my feet deep into my muck boots and start farming. I am so excited…can you tell? Well, it has been a long cold winter and spring fever has hit hard with […more…]

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Starting from Seed

I am getting ready to start from seeds some of our cool weather plants that we will be setting out late February in the field here on the farm.  There are a couple reasons I like to start my own […more…]

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Planning, Preparing and Planting The Perfect Organic Kitchen Garden

You wouldn’t build a house without a house plan nor would you sew your own clothes without a pattern. The foundation of a good garden starts with a great garden plan.

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